With a mainly clear night ahead, you may want to bundle up and look up!
The full "thunder" moon officially takes place Monday, giving us a great sight for the next couple nights. The July full moon gets its name from the frequency with which thunderstorms hit during the month. It's also known as the full "buck" moon, because male deer tend to grow new antlers around this time. Some refer to it as the full "hay" moon as well.Around sunrise on Monday, you may also catch a glimpse of Mars and Jupiter. They will be close together during what's known as "conjunction."